I’m back home this week in England – and after week in sunny Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina (and before that, a week in even sunnier New Orleans), the cold rain has me stuck inside in the office. But it’s not all bad,
I’m on vacation this week, so I’ve been eating fatty foods and drinking tasty beverages instead of looking after the fine features of Azure DevOps. But, of course, the DevOps community isn’t on vacation, so here’s some of the great news and stories that they’ve been working on this week.
The Azure DevOps Marketplace keeps on growing, with around 1,000 extensions. While it’s easy to find and search for something you know you need to solve a problem we thought it would be good to blog about some of the extensions that add value to Azure DevOps. In this post we look at the popular 7pace Timetracker.
This week I’m lucky to be in Berlin at GitHub Satellite, where I got to see some of the amazing announcements from our friends over at GitHub and talk to GitHub users about Azure Pipelines. And now that it’s Friday, I’m getting caught up on the Azure DevOps news as well.
Today, we are releasing Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1 RTW. Azure DevOps Server (formerly Team Foundation Server) brings the Azure DevOps experience to self-hosted environments. Customers with strict requirements for compliance can run Azure DevOps Server on-premises and have full control over the underlying infrastructure.
The weekend’s nearly here, so it’s almost time to relax. Don’t tell your boss that I suggested it, but maybe you should knock off a little early and catch up on the DevOps news. Lucky for me, I’m not in the office next week: I’ll be at Techorama Belgium and GitHub Satellite.
For the May security release, we are releasing fixes for vulnerabilities that impact Azure DevOps Server 2019, TFS 2018, TFS 2017, and TFS 2015. Thanks to everyone who has been participating in our Azure DevOps Bounty Program.
We have now added the ability to patch TFS 2015,
Monitor pipelines in 'Azure Pipelines' from your 'Microsoft Teams' channel.
Whew, what a week! Microsoft Build 2019 has come and gone, and what an amazing conference it was. There were so many great announcements for Microsoft products, and for Azure and DevOps in particular. I absolutely cannot wait to get home and start playing with the new features.
Today, we are enabling developers to sign in with their existing GitHub account to Microsoft online services, on any Microsoft log in page. Using your GitHub credentials, you can now sign in via OAuth anywhere a personal Microsoft account does, including Azure DevOps and Azure.